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Second Mortgage Calculator

Second Mortgage Calculator to calculate the mortgage payment for your 2nd mortgage loans. The 2nd Mortgage Calculator will show the amortization schedule with your monthly mortgage payments, and principal and interest breakdowns.

2nd Mortgage Calculator

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2nd Mortgage Calculator Results

Mortgage Amount:
$200,000.00
Monthly Payment:
$1,479.38
Total # Of Payments:
180
Start Date:
Jul, 2022
Payoff Date:
Jun, 2037
Total Interest Paid:
$66,287.65
Total Payment:
$266,287.65

2nd Mortgage Amortization Schedule

Payment Date Payment # Interest Paid Principal Paid Total Payment Remaining Balance
Jul, 2022 1 $666.67 $812.71 $1,479.38 $199,187.29
Aug, 2022 2 $663.96 $815.42 $1,479.38 $198,371.87
Sep, 2022 3 $661.24 $818.14 $1,479.38 $197,553.74
Oct, 2022 4 $658.51 $820.86 $1,479.38 $196,732.87
Nov, 2022 5 $655.78 $823.60 $1,479.38 $195,909.27
Dec, 2022 6 $653.03 $826.34 $1,479.38 $195,082.93
Jan, 2023 7 $650.28 $829.10 $1,479.38 $194,253.83
Feb, 2023 8 $647.51 $831.86 $1,479.38 $193,421.97
Mar, 2023 9 $644.74 $834.64 $1,479.38 $192,587.33
Apr, 2023 10 $641.96 $837.42 $1,479.38 $191,749.91
May, 2023 11 $639.17 $840.21 $1,479.38 $190,909.70
Jun, 2023 12 $636.37 $843.01 $1,479.38 $190,066.69
Jul, 2023 13 $633.56 $845.82 $1,479.38 $189,220.87
Aug, 2023 14 $630.74 $848.64 $1,479.38 $188,372.23
Sep, 2023 15 $627.91 $851.47 $1,479.38 $187,520.76
Oct, 2023 16 $625.07 $854.31 $1,479.38 $186,666.46
Nov, 2023 17 $622.22 $857.15 $1,479.38 $185,809.30
Dec, 2023 18 $619.36 $860.01 $1,479.38 $184,949.29
Jan, 2024 19 $616.50 $862.88 $1,479.38 $184,086.41
Feb, 2024 20 $613.62 $865.75 $1,479.38 $183,220.66
Mar, 2024 21 $610.74 $868.64 $1,479.38 $182,352.02
Apr, 2024 22 $607.84 $871.54 $1,479.38 $181,480.48
May, 2024 23 $604.93 $874.44 $1,479.38 $180,606.04
Jun, 2024 24 $602.02 $877.36 $1,479.38 $179,728.69
Jul, 2024 25 $599.10 $880.28 $1,479.38 $178,848.41
Aug, 2024 26 $596.16 $883.21 $1,479.38 $177,965.19
Sep, 2024 27 $593.22 $886.16 $1,479.38 $177,079.03
Oct, 2024 28 $590.26 $889.11 $1,479.38 $176,189.92
Nov, 2024 29 $587.30 $892.08 $1,479.38 $175,297.84
Dec, 2024 30 $584.33 $895.05 $1,479.38 $174,402.79
Jan, 2025 31 $581.34 $898.03 $1,479.38 $173,504.76
Feb, 2025 32 $578.35 $901.03 $1,479.38 $172,603.73
Mar, 2025 33 $575.35 $904.03 $1,479.38 $171,699.70
Apr, 2025 34 $572.33 $907.04 $1,479.38 $170,792.66
May, 2025 35 $569.31 $910.07 $1,479.38 $169,882.59
Jun, 2025 36 $566.28 $913.10 $1,479.38 $168,969.49
Jul, 2025 37 $563.23 $916.14 $1,479.38 $168,053.35
Aug, 2025 38 $560.18 $919.20 $1,479.38 $167,134.15
Sep, 2025 39 $557.11 $922.26 $1,479.38 $166,211.89
Oct, 2025 40 $554.04 $925.34 $1,479.38 $165,286.55
Nov, 2025 41 $550.96 $928.42 $1,479.38 $164,358.13
Dec, 2025 42 $547.86 $931.52 $1,479.38 $163,426.62
Jan, 2026 43 $544.76 $934.62 $1,479.38 $162,492.00
Feb, 2026 44 $541.64 $937.74 $1,479.38 $161,554.26
Mar, 2026 45 $538.51 $940.86 $1,479.38 $160,613.40
Apr, 2026 46 $535.38 $944.00 $1,479.38 $159,669.40
May, 2026 47 $532.23 $947.14 $1,479.38 $158,722.26
Jun, 2026 48 $529.07 $950.30 $1,479.38 $157,771.96
Jul, 2026 49 $525.91 $953.47 $1,479.38 $156,818.49
Aug, 2026 50 $522.73 $956.65 $1,479.38 $155,861.84
Sep, 2026 51 $519.54 $959.84 $1,479.38 $154,902.00
Oct, 2026 52 $516.34 $963.04 $1,479.38 $153,938.97
Nov, 2026 53 $513.13 $966.25 $1,479.38 $152,972.72
Dec, 2026 54 $509.91 $969.47 $1,479.38 $152,003.25
Jan, 2027 55 $506.68 $972.70 $1,479.38 $151,030.55
Feb, 2027 56 $503.44 $975.94 $1,479.38 $150,054.61
Mar, 2027 57 $500.18 $979.19 $1,479.38 $149,075.42
Apr, 2027 58 $496.92 $982.46 $1,479.38 $148,092.96
May, 2027 59 $493.64 $985.73 $1,479.38 $147,107.23
Jun, 2027 60 $490.36 $989.02 $1,479.38 $146,118.21
Jul, 2027 61 $487.06 $992.32 $1,479.38 $145,125.90
Aug, 2027 62 $483.75 $995.62 $1,479.38 $144,130.27
Sep, 2027 63 $480.43 $998.94 $1,479.38 $143,131.33
Oct, 2027 64 $477.10 $1,002.27 $1,479.38 $142,129.06
Nov, 2027 65 $473.76 $1,005.61 $1,479.38 $141,123.45
Dec, 2027 66 $470.41 $1,008.96 $1,479.38 $140,114.48
Jan, 2028 67 $467.05 $1,012.33 $1,479.38 $139,102.16
Feb, 2028 68 $463.67 $1,015.70 $1,479.38 $138,086.45
Mar, 2028 69 $460.29 $1,019.09 $1,479.38 $137,067.37
Apr, 2028 70 $456.89 $1,022.48 $1,479.38 $136,044.88
May, 2028 71 $453.48 $1,025.89 $1,479.38 $135,018.99
Jun, 2028 72 $450.06 $1,029.31 $1,479.38 $133,989.68
Jul, 2028 73 $446.63 $1,032.74 $1,479.38 $132,956.93
Aug, 2028 74 $443.19 $1,036.19 $1,479.38 $131,920.75
Sep, 2028 75 $439.74 $1,039.64 $1,479.38 $130,881.11
Oct, 2028 76 $436.27 $1,043.11 $1,479.38 $129,838.00
Nov, 2028 77 $432.79 $1,046.58 $1,479.38 $128,791.42
Dec, 2028 78 $429.30 $1,050.07 $1,479.38 $127,741.35
Jan, 2029 79 $425.80 $1,053.57 $1,479.38 $126,687.78
Feb, 2029 80 $422.29 $1,057.08 $1,479.38 $125,630.69
Mar, 2029 81 $418.77 $1,060.61 $1,479.38 $124,570.09
Apr, 2029 82 $415.23 $1,064.14 $1,479.38 $123,505.94
May, 2029 83 $411.69 $1,067.69 $1,479.38 $122,438.25
Jun, 2029 84 $408.13 $1,071.25 $1,479.38 $121,367.01
Jul, 2029 85 $404.56 $1,074.82 $1,479.38 $120,292.19
Aug, 2029 86 $400.97 $1,078.40 $1,479.38 $119,213.79
Sep, 2029 87 $397.38 $1,082.00 $1,479.38 $118,131.79
Oct, 2029 88 $393.77 $1,085.60 $1,479.38 $117,046.19
Nov, 2029 89 $390.15 $1,089.22 $1,479.38 $115,956.96
Dec, 2029 90 $386.52 $1,092.85 $1,479.38 $114,864.11
Jan, 2030 91 $382.88 $1,096.50 $1,479.38 $113,767.62
Feb, 2030 92 $379.23 $1,100.15 $1,479.38 $112,667.46
Mar, 2030 93 $375.56 $1,103.82 $1,479.38 $111,563.65
Apr, 2030 94 $371.88 $1,107.50 $1,479.38 $110,456.15
May, 2030 95 $368.19 $1,111.19 $1,479.38 $109,344.96
Jun, 2030 96 $364.48 $1,114.89 $1,479.38 $108,230.07
Jul, 2030 97 $360.77 $1,118.61 $1,479.38 $107,111.46
Aug, 2030 98 $357.04 $1,122.34 $1,479.38 $105,989.12
Sep, 2030 99 $353.30 $1,126.08 $1,479.38 $104,863.04
Oct, 2030 100 $349.54 $1,129.83 $1,479.38 $103,733.21
Nov, 2030 101 $345.78 $1,133.60 $1,479.38 $102,599.61
Dec, 2030 102 $342.00 $1,137.38 $1,479.38 $101,462.24
Jan, 2031 103 $338.21 $1,141.17 $1,479.38 $100,321.07
Feb, 2031 104 $334.40 $1,144.97 $1,479.38 $99,176.09
Mar, 2031 105 $330.59 $1,148.79 $1,479.38 $98,027.31
Apr, 2031 106 $326.76 $1,152.62 $1,479.38 $96,874.69
May, 2031 107 $322.92 $1,156.46 $1,479.38 $95,718.23
Jun, 2031 108 $319.06 $1,160.32 $1,479.38 $94,557.91
Jul, 2031 109 $315.19 $1,164.18 $1,479.38 $93,393.73
Aug, 2031 110 $311.31 $1,168.06 $1,479.38 $92,225.67
Sep, 2031 111 $307.42 $1,171.96 $1,479.38 $91,053.71
Oct, 2031 112 $303.51 $1,175.86 $1,479.38 $89,877.85
Nov, 2031 113 $299.59 $1,179.78 $1,479.38 $88,698.06
Dec, 2031 114 $295.66 $1,183.72 $1,479.38 $87,514.35
Jan, 2032 115 $291.71 $1,187.66 $1,479.38 $86,326.69
Feb, 2032 116 $287.76 $1,191.62 $1,479.38 $85,135.07
Mar, 2032 117 $283.78 $1,195.59 $1,479.38 $83,939.47
Apr, 2032 118 $279.80 $1,199.58 $1,479.38 $82,739.90
May, 2032 119 $275.80 $1,203.58 $1,479.38 $81,536.32
Jun, 2032 120 $271.79 $1,207.59 $1,479.38 $80,328.73
Jul, 2032 121 $267.76 $1,211.61 $1,479.38 $79,117.12
Aug, 2032 122 $263.72 $1,215.65 $1,479.38 $77,901.47
Sep, 2032 123 $259.67 $1,219.70 $1,479.38 $76,681.76
Oct, 2032 124 $255.61 $1,223.77 $1,479.38 $75,457.99
Nov, 2032 125 $251.53 $1,227.85 $1,479.38 $74,230.14
Dec, 2032 126 $247.43 $1,231.94 $1,479.38 $72,998.20
Jan, 2033 127 $243.33 $1,236.05 $1,479.38 $71,762.15
Feb, 2033 128 $239.21 $1,240.17 $1,479.38 $70,521.98
Mar, 2033 129 $235.07 $1,244.30 $1,479.38 $69,277.68
Apr, 2033 130 $230.93 $1,248.45 $1,479.38 $68,029.23
May, 2033 131 $226.76 $1,252.61 $1,479.38 $66,776.62
Jun, 2033 132 $222.59 $1,256.79 $1,479.38 $65,519.83
Jul, 2033 133 $218.40 $1,260.98 $1,479.38 $64,258.85
Aug, 2033 134 $214.20 $1,265.18 $1,479.38 $62,993.68
Sep, 2033 135 $209.98 $1,269.40 $1,479.38 $61,724.28
Oct, 2033 136 $205.75 $1,273.63 $1,479.38 $60,450.65
Nov, 2033 137 $201.50 $1,277.87 $1,479.38 $59,172.78
Dec, 2033 138 $197.24 $1,282.13 $1,479.38 $57,890.64
Jan, 2034 139 $192.97 $1,286.41 $1,479.38 $56,604.24
Feb, 2034 140 $188.68 $1,290.70 $1,479.38 $55,313.54
Mar, 2034 141 $184.38 $1,295.00 $1,479.38 $54,018.54
Apr, 2034 142 $180.06 $1,299.31 $1,479.38 $52,719.23
May, 2034 143 $175.73 $1,303.65 $1,479.38 $51,415.58
Jun, 2034 144 $171.39 $1,307.99 $1,479.38 $50,107.59
Jul, 2034 145 $167.03 $1,312.35 $1,479.38 $48,795.24
Aug, 2034 146 $162.65 $1,316.73 $1,479.38 $47,478.52
Sep, 2034 147 $158.26 $1,321.11 $1,479.38 $46,157.40
Oct, 2034 148 $153.86 $1,325.52 $1,479.38 $44,831.89
Nov, 2034 149 $149.44 $1,329.94 $1,479.38 $43,501.95
Dec, 2034 150 $145.01 $1,334.37 $1,479.38 $42,167.58
Jan, 2035 151 $140.56 $1,338.82 $1,479.38 $40,828.76
Feb, 2035 152 $136.10 $1,343.28 $1,479.38 $39,485.48
Mar, 2035 153 $131.62 $1,347.76 $1,479.38 $38,137.73
Apr, 2035 154 $127.13 $1,352.25 $1,479.38 $36,785.48
May, 2035 155 $122.62 $1,356.76 $1,479.38 $35,428.72
Jun, 2035 156 $118.10 $1,361.28 $1,479.38 $34,067.44
Jul, 2035 157 $113.56 $1,365.82 $1,479.38 $32,701.62
Aug, 2035 158 $109.01 $1,370.37 $1,479.38 $31,331.25
Sep, 2035 159 $104.44 $1,374.94 $1,479.38 $29,956.31
Oct, 2035 160 $99.85 $1,379.52 $1,479.38 $28,576.79
Nov, 2035 161 $95.26 $1,384.12 $1,479.38 $27,192.67
Dec, 2035 162 $90.64 $1,388.73 $1,479.38 $25,803.94
Jan, 2036 163 $86.01 $1,393.36 $1,479.38 $24,410.57
Feb, 2036 164 $81.37 $1,398.01 $1,479.38 $23,012.57
Mar, 2036 165 $76.71 $1,402.67 $1,479.38 $21,609.90
Apr, 2036 166 $72.03 $1,407.34 $1,479.38 $20,202.56
May, 2036 167 $67.34 $1,412.03 $1,479.38 $18,790.52
Jun, 2036 168 $62.64 $1,416.74 $1,479.38 $17,373.78
Jul, 2036 169 $57.91 $1,421.46 $1,479.38 $15,952.32
Aug, 2036 170 $53.17 $1,426.20 $1,479.38 $14,526.12
Sep, 2036 171 $48.42 $1,430.96 $1,479.38 $13,095.16
Oct, 2036 172 $43.65 $1,435.73 $1,479.38 $11,659.44
Nov, 2036 173 $38.86 $1,440.51 $1,479.38 $10,218.93
Dec, 2036 174 $34.06 $1,445.31 $1,479.38 $8,773.61
Jan, 2037 175 $29.25 $1,450.13 $1,479.38 $7,323.48
Feb, 2037 176 $24.41 $1,454.96 $1,479.38 $5,868.52
Mar, 2037 177 $19.56 $1,459.81 $1,479.38 $4,408.70
Apr, 2037 178 $14.70 $1,464.68 $1,479.38 $2,944.02
May, 2037 179 $9.81 $1,469.56 $1,479.38 $1,474.46
Jun, 2037 180 $4.91 $1,474.46 $1,479.38 $0.00


2nd Mortgage Calculator

The 2nd mortgage calculator gives you the option to show the amortization schedule by year or month.


What Is A Second Mortgage?

A second mortgage is a mortgage taken out against a property that already has a mortgage that hasn't been paid off. Since the second mortgage is a lien from the first mortgage, the mortgage amount will be lower than the first, and the interest rate is generally higher. In the case of default, the lender has the right to take control of your home. Home equity loans or home equity lines of credit are often used as second mortgages.


Why A Second Mortgage?

There are good reasons why someone would want to take out a second mortgage.

  • Payoff credit card debt - The second mortgage has a much lower interest rate than the APR of credit cards. If you owe a lot of credit card debt, getting a 2nd mortgage is an excellent way to pay off your credit card and save a lot of money on interest payments.

  • Avoid paying PMI from the first mortgage - If you are paying less than 20% on your first mortgage, you will need to pay private mortgage insurance. To avoid paying for the PMI, you can consider taking out a second mortgage.

  • Finance large purchase - If you need to buy a car or another house as an investment.

  • Home innovation - If you want to renovate your home and don't have the cash to do so, you can take out a second mortgage to cover the costs of home improvement.

  • College tuition and expenses - If you or your kids are going to college and need money for tuition and other costs, you can consider getting a second mortgage.

  • Medical bills - If you have medical bills that you can't afford to pay, you may want to get a second mortgage so that you can pay off your medical bills.

  • Starting a business - If you need money to start a business, you can use HELOC to buy equipment and other necessities or even to hire employees for your business.

  • Stocks, bonds, and other investments - If you think you can make more money with other investments than the interest that you will be paying for your second mortgage, you can consider HELOC.

  • Buying a second house - If you are thinking of buying a second house and need more money for the down payment and closing costs, you can apply for a second mortgage.


Disadvantages of second mortgages

While it is nice to have extra cash in hand, there are disadvantages to getting a second mortgage.

  • Good equity in your house - in order to get a meaningful amount of money from a second mortgage, you need to have a good chunk of equity in your home. If you just bought your house recently, you will not be able to get a second mortgage.

  • The costs might be expensive - there will be closing costs and other one-time fees such as appraisal and loan origination fees that you have to pay. You will have to calculate the fees and see if it is worth the effort to get a second mortgage.

  • Lose your home - Since the second mortgage uses your home as collateral, you may lose your home if you fail to make payments.

Should I get a second mortgage?

One of the best ways to use a second mortgage is to use it to increase the value of your home, by improving your home such as installing solar lights to reduce energy usage, upgrading the kitchen and bathroom, or increasing the finished square footage. By making improvements to your home, you maintain the equity in your house. In addition, if you are paying private mortgage insurance or PMI, an insurance that you have to pay monthly if your equity in the house is less than 20%. When the value of your home increases, you might be able to remove your PMI. Your lender will order an appraisal to reevaluate your property and see if it indeed has increased in value compared to other houses in your area. Use the PMI payoff calculator to calculate how much PMI you are paying each month and evaluate if it makes sense to apply for a second mortgage to remove the monthly mortgage insurance. Another good reason to use a second mortgage is to pay off your other high-interest credit card debts. The APR for credit cards is outrageous, so if you are falling behind in your credit card bills, by all means, get a second mortgage. On the other hand, if you are planning to use the second mortgage to buy a brand new car, high-class furniture, or other luxuries, you have to really think hard about it. Do you really need these items or can you live without them? If you want to use a second mortgage for other investment purposes such as starting a business, investing in stocks, or buying a second house, make sure you evaluate the risks and rewards of each investment and have a good understanding of the current economic conditions. When the economy is tough, people getting laid off, businesses struggling to survive, houses getting foreclosure, and stocks losing value, it could be difficult to start a new business, invest in stocks, or buy another property. Ask yourself this question, do I have the necessary experience to pursue this business opportunity or am I relying on others to make all the decisions. If your answer is the latter, you need to reevaluate your decision.



How to qualify for a second mortgage?

There are certain conditions that you need to meet in order to qualify for a second mortgage.

  • Strong income history - a strong income history is required so the lender knows that you can repay the loan.

  • High credit score - You need to have a good credit score to qualify for a second mortgage. Although some lenders may still take the risk and qualify you with a low credit score, you will end up paying a much higher interest rate.

  • Low LTV - You need to have a low debt to value ratio, no more than 43%. Lenders prefer LTV lower than 36%.

  • Good equity in your house - You may need about 20% of the equity in your house. Lenders want to see that you have good equity in your house, so in case of default, they can recoup their loss by taking control of your home.

Each lender is different, so you will have to shop around and see what's available.


How long does it take to get approval for a second mortgage?

Just like the first mortgage that you have, the second mortgage follows a similar procedure and process time to approve your loan, and the timeline will vary from lender to lender. You need to get an appraisal for your home and submit all necessary documents that your lender requested to avoid delays. It could take up to a month or even longer for your lender's underwriter to review and approve your loan. Communicate with your mortgage loan officer and see if they need additional information. Loan officers are usually busy with many loan applications, sometimes they may forget to contact you about an issue, so you may want to follow up with them from time to time so they keep you in the loop.




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